Introducing the new 2024 Yamaha XSR700…
The XSR700 is one of the favourite motorcycles for those riders who seek a rebellious fun machine with a seriously fashionable edge. Great looks inspired by Yamaha’s heritage models combined with the torque rich CP2 engine guarantees an unforgettable ride. Not to mention the hard-to-remove grin on the riders face.
The XSR700 features its timeless design aspects like retro-influenced bodywork, a stepped seat and a classically styled head-and-tail light. Respecting the bikes of the past, whilst embracing the contemporary by making use of all the modern technology likes ABS, LED lights, the most efficient CP2 engine to date and a modern inverted LCD meter.
An accessible motorcycle that is enjoyable for both new and experienced riders. The 2-part frame, tank construction and seat design are still a key factor in the XSR700, safeguarding the easy-to-customise feature the bike is renowned for.
The character of the XSR700 is defined by the sublime combination of a light and agile frame and the torque-rich, playful CP2 engine. The super nimble bike is easy to steer in any setting, from curves and twisty roads to busy city traffic, you’ll have a blast either way.
As with its CP2-brothers the XSR700 is fitted with the EU5 compliant characterful 690cc engine. Refining the rideability of the XSR700 even more – but keeping every bit of fun with the multi-talented engine performance.
The livery of the XSR700 pays tribute to the past, the colour schemes were influenced from iconic motorcycles of Yamaha’s rich history. The famous 2-stroke RD350LC from the early eighties provides the inspiration for the modern interpretation of the colour schemes, resulting in the a crisp Historic White and a more elegant Historic Black combination.
The XSR700 is a true legacy machine, earning it’s stripes on the road. The beating heart of the machine is the versatile character. The XSR700 is a bike to be ridden, anyway you like. From casual cruising to hitting the twisties, the bike can do it all.
An accessible motorcycle that is enjoyable for both new and experienced riders. The 2-part frame, tank construction and seat design are still a key factor in the XSR700, safeguarding the easy-tocustomise feature the bike is renowned for.
The character of the XSR700 is de ned by the sublime combination of a light and agile frame and the torque-rich, playful CP2 engine. The super nimble bike is easy to steer in any setting, from curves and twisty roads to busy city tra c, you’ll have a blast either way.
2024 Yamaha XSR700 Totalmotorcycle.com Key Features
- Top-class look & feel
- XSR family LED lighting
- Revised cockpit layout with integrated headlight stays
- Evolved design details
- 690cc CP2 high-torque EU5 engine
- Light and slim tubular backbone frame
- Engineered for optimum riding enjoyment
- Confidence inspiring riding experience
- Colouring and graphics inspired by
- Yamaha’s past
- Outstanding fuel efficiency
Featuring iconic colours and beautifully sculpted bodywork, Yamaha Sport Heritage bikes capture the true spirit of some of Yamaha’s legendary historic machines from the past. Equipped with the latest engine and chassis designs and benefitting from sophisticated electronic control technology, the XSR models deliver a truly unique riding experience that never fails to get the heart beating faster. The new XSR900 GP is the true embodiment of Yamaha’s illustrious racing past, with an iconic look reminiscent of the 1980s Grand Prix bikes, paired with some of the most advanced technology available in the class.
2024 Yamaha XSR700 Totalmotorcycle.com Features and Benefits
New XSR Family LED lighting
The XSR700 is fitted with a heritage inspired round LED headlight with a split projector and a semi-circular position lamp. The LED tail light features a classically shaped round form, and the compact LED indicators are more subtly shaped, whilst providing outstanding visibility.
Revised Cockpit layout with integrated headlight stays
Also classically shaped with modern features, the Inverted LCD meter has been placed in a forward position for improved clarity and visibility. The lines and position are designed to match the all new head light, giving the bike a sleeker “snub nose” look on the front end.
Evolved design details
To accompany the all-black handlebar and levers, the switches have received a technical upgrade, making them more user-friendly. Allowing the rider to access the inverted LCD display remotely. The radiator has also received new side cover and the repositioned headlight has new integrated stays to provide a cleaner appearance.
690cc CP2 high-torque EU5 engine
With the increasing maturity of the XSR700 there are several improvements made both in performance and in safety. As with its CP2 brothers the XSR700 is fitted with the EU5 compliant characterful 690cc engine. Refining the rideability of the XSR700 even more – but keeping every bit of fun with the multi-talented engine performance.
Light and slim tubular backbone frame
For easy manoeuvrability and sharp agility, the XSR700 runs with a slim, light steel backbone frame that is easily customisable due to its two piece subframe. Combined with its compact wheelbase and easy natured suspension system, this strong and light chassis gives a responsive and engaging ride.
Engineered for optimum riding enjoyment
This first machine born under the Faster Sons philosophy delivers genuine retro cool with hints of vintage styling without compromising on riding control. Chassis dimensions and weight distribution have been carefully set to maximise the enjoyment felt during acceleration and give the rider a connected feel with the motorcycle.
Confidence inspiring riding experience
To refine the riding performance the XSR700 has been fitted with new, larger 298 mm front brake discs for improved feel and stopping performance, meanwhile the revised front fork and Michelin Road 5 tires provide enhanced feedback from the road to inspire rider confidence.
Colouring and graphics inspired by Yamaha’s past
The colour schemes were influenced from iconic motorcycles of Yamaha’s rich history. The famous 2-stroke RD350LC from the early eighties provided the inspiration for the modern interpretation of the colour schemes, resulting in the a crisp Historic White and a more elegant Historic Black combination.
2024 Yamaha XSR700 – Totalmotorcycle.com USA Specifications/Technical Details
US MSRP Price: $ TBA USD
Canada MSRP Price: $ TBA CDN
Europe/UK MSRP Price: £ See Dealer for Pricing in GBP (On The Road inc 20% Vat)
2024 Yamaha XSR700 – Totalmotorcycle.com Canada Specifications/Technical Details
2024 Yamaha XSR700 – Totalmotorcycle.com European Specifications/Technical Details
Engine type CP2, Two cylinder, 4-valves, 4-stroke, Liquid-cooled,
Bore x stroke 80,0 × 68,6 mm
Compression ratio 11,5 : 1
Maximum power 54,0 kW (73,4 PS) @ 8.750 rpm
Limited power version 35,0 kW (47,6 PS) @ 7.750 rpm
Maximum torque 67,0 Nm (6,8 kg-m) @ 6.500 rpm
Lubrication system Wet sump
Clutch type Wet, Multiple Disc
Ignition system Electronic ignition (TCI)
Starter system Electronic ignition (TCI)
Transmission system Constant Mesh, 6-speed
Final transmission Chain
Fuel consumption 4,3 L/100 km
CO2 emission 100 g/km
Fuel system Electronic Fuel Injection
Caster angle 24°30
Trail 90 mm
Front suspension system Telescopic fork
Rear suspension system link suspension, Swingarm
Front travel 130 mm
Rear travel 130 mm
Front brake 298 mm
Rear brake 245 mm
Front tyre 120/70 ZR17M/C (58W) Tubeless
Rear tyre 180/55 ZR17M/C (73W) Tubeless
Overall length 2.075 mm
Overall width 820 mm
Overall height 1.130 mm
Seat height 835 mm
Wheel base 1.405 mm
Minimum ground clearance 140 mm
Wet weight (including full oil and fuel tank) 188 kg
Fuel tank capacity 14 L
Oil tank capacity 3,00 L
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